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Study of Some Anthropogenic Activities with pace of Biodiversity Threat or Menace in Sariska Tiger Reserve

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.4, No. 2)

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Page : 414-419

Keywords : Biodiversity; Sariska tiger reserve; Aravallis; Anthropogenic activities; Menace and Threat;

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The Sariska tiger reserve in Aravallis has its own importance and specific characteristics endowed with unique biodiversity. In the present study an attempt has been made to ascertain status of plant and animal species which is the healthy indicator for forest ecosystem. Attention is focused on one of the important reserve forest of state of Rajasthan with pace of their endemism and facing number of challenges in this reserve. Out of them the serious and cause concern are tourism, mining, human habitation, exotic or invasion of alien species, the encroachment, livestock grazing, agriculture grazing camps (Gwadas), loping for the collection of wood, is a serious problem and threat to biodiversity of the reserve area which is elaborated by several studies on various protected areas of IndiaandWorldlikeAnon, 1989, Agarwal, 2000, Andren, 1994, Andrew, 1990, Beier, Noss, 1998, Bennett1991Brody, and Pelton1989, Garcia. and Scatena, 1994Forman, and Alexander, 1998 McKinney and Michael, 2002, Zube, and Busch, 1990. The menace and threat to due to anthropogenic activities is one of cause concern and severe impact on the pristine biodiversity.

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